Just the thought of doing a research project is enough to send some students into a permanent state of shock, (and fill teachers with dread!). End the fear with this fun and easy method of organizing and writing research projects. Once I started using this method with my own students, they started doing one research project after another on their own! $
Learning Continents: Interactive site where student drags continent name to area on map. This site is a fun way for students to learn the seven continents. It will be good for a classroom with a Smartboard.
If you browse or read a lot on the web, we believe you will find Diigo indispensable. Diigo is two services in one... It is a research and collaborative research tool on the one hand, and a knowledge-sharing community and social content site on the other.
Are you looking to add interest to student research projects? A lapbook with foldables is just the way to do it! This project from The Library Patch requires students to research key concepts about the solar system. The final product is both fun and informational. ($)
This is an AWESOME site for kids! Film Street's Stop Frame Animator lets students create stop animation films for free. No registration is required to use this cool tool. It is easy to use and the end results are great.